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22 March 2017


European Commission EASME PPI webinars

EASME is organising 3 webinars on procurement of energy efficient solutions on Wednesday 22 March 2017. €20 million of funding is available

Horizon 2020 supports the procurement of energy efficient solutions and the realisation of energy efficiency projects by funding Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions (including parts of purchasing costs), Project Development Assistance, development and roll-out of innovative financing schemes and making the energy efficiency market investible. Applications for funding are open until 7 June 2017.

13:30 – 15:00 PPI solutions for energy efficiency

15:00 – 16:00 Project Development Assistance

16:00 – 17:00 Innovative financing for energy efficiency

For more information and to register, visit the EASME website.

29 March 2017

PPI4Waste Workshop for innovative procurement in waste management

Frankfurt, Germany

The PPI4Waste workshop for Innovative Procurement (PPI) in Waste management for innovative procurement, organised by ICLEI and KOINNO, will take place in Frankfurt on 29 March 2017 from 10:00 until 15:00.

The PPI4Waste project aims to achieve resource efficiency, sustainable waste management and sustainable consumption throughout Europe by increasing innovative public procurement through networking, capacity building, and dissemination.

The workshop aims to discuss the latest PPI tools, present innovative examples related to innovation in public procurement and discuss the new proposed related legal framework. The language will be german.

Further details on the training workshop are available on PPI4Waste project website.

30 - 31 March 2017

Annual Conference on European Public Procurement Law 2017

Trier, Germany

The Annual Conference on European Public Procurement Law 2017 will take place the 30-31 of March 2017 in Trier, Germany. The event will bring together legal practitioners to discuss the latest legislative and jurisprudential developments.

Conference key topics will include the implementation of the new Directives and sectoral approach in the Member States, and the anticipated impact of TTIP, CETA and Brexit on EU public procurement.

The conference will also include a section focusing on the legal challenges and best practices in key sectors by Marc Gabriel, Chair of the European Public Procurement Group, Patricia Anna Eyckmans, Legal Advisor for the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and Philipp Tepper, Coordinator, Sustainable Economy and Procurement, ICLEI.

For more information on the event visit